Film starring Dev Anand, Meena Kumari and Chetan Anand
Coming of age story in India.
Parents very often want to inject their own likes and dislikes and way of living in their own children. Such impressions leave a deep scar in the subconscious of the child which affects his mental growth and behaviour pattern when he attains the youth. Through the story of Shashi and Arati EK NAO DO KINARE pleads for the independent growth of children.
Dhoop Kinare meaning "at the edge of the sunshine" in Urdu was a Pakistani television serial presented by the PTV network. The show centers around a team of doctors in a hospital in Karachi and revolves around their routines at the hospital and private lives at home. The show starred Rahat Kazmi and Marina Khan in lead roles, was directed by Sahira Kazmi and written by Haseena Moin. In the early days of PTV, drama serials were usually applauded for being richly diverse in their plots and direction. They were celebrated in Pakistan and their quality content was cherished over the border in India as well. A long list of such dramas may usually include Dhoop Kinare as one of those at the top. The serial enjoyed seemingly undeniable success for two further decades after it finished airing. This serial is usually said to have promoted the careers of Rahat Kazmi and Marina Khan as one of the most sought after stars in Pakistani television industry. On October 3, 2011, an Indian soap opera in Hindi was launched by Sony Entertainment Television India. It was titled as Kuch Toh Log Kahenge and is loosely based on Dhoop Kinare.
The show centers on a team of doctors in a hospital in Karachi and revolves around their routines at the hospital and their private lives at home.